Kid was desperately trying and failing to do it himself. Fellow passenger asked if he needed help. San Francisco.

  • perthaussieguy

    I have heard of this happening in many different places

    • The Original Green Arrow

      A lot of stuff like this that comes up about small kindnesses in the US which makes me feel this must be unusual. Do the Ron Swanson ideals of survival of the fittest and standing on your own two feet really extend into not helping other people? Canadians are lorded as being super polite and kind but they don’t seem any different to people anywhere else I’ve been. I have a theory that maybe it is just because US citizens have some exposure to Canadians, sharing a language and border, that they notice this difference. Perhaps the Americans are the odd ones out.

      • Martin Kamenov Georgiev

        OK, you set the trap nicely with all your observations and rich character development. Now we wait for some Canadian to come by and apologize for all of this.

    • Kate Blackwell

      Over here we just get dressed before leaving home.

    • Dragonofarbitration

      I find it impossible to tie a tie unless I put it on.

      • Glaarg

        Same. I can’t imagine tying to do it for someone else.

  • Fokke

    Bonus points for looking away.

  • sniz_and_fondue

    Human Kindness isn’t dead. You just need to know where to look for it. If you don’t see it, make it.

  • FATeemo

    We’ve all be there, struggling to put on the slave… working collars.

  • Flockacox

    She’s my favorite!

  • Ryjaxius

    Nice arms!

  • Mick

    Another loser father who can’t manage to show his kid the basics in life.

  • AndFred

    Little gestures like this can be quite meaningful to the boy.

    Also some arms on that woman, great work lady.

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